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 ''Sleep Tight Ya Morons'' May be Power-Pop Classic


Artist: Caulfield

Release: sleep tight, ya morons

Label: Storm Records

review by Mitch Phillips

With the release of Caufield's, "...sleep tight, ya morons," Storm Records out of Royal Oak, MI may have a power-pop classic on their hands. Featuring twelve tracks of intense, adrenalized rock for disaffected youth or anybody else with an attitude and some energy to burn, Caulfield has captured the genre better than any other act I've heard this year with their smart lyrics, hyper-agressive performances and hook-sharp songwriting.
Posted by Chief Editor on Sunday, January 20, 2002 @ 10:30:48 EST (3067 reads)
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Topic: Music Reviews


 Nobody-cares.com
HUMOR by Mitch Phillips

A new website is making headlines and creating controversy among the hordes of musicians out there vying for that elusive "record deal."
WWW.Nobody_Really_Cares_About_Your_Band.com, is dedicated to 'every deluded soul out there with an instrument and a fantasy of finding happiness and success in the music business,' as read from the site's mission statement.
Posted by Chief Editor on Thursday, January 17, 2002 @ 04:16:03 EST (4471 reads)
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Topic: Humor


 Random Reviews: Sugartalk
Band - Sugartalk
Play Song - Leave


Sugartalk mixes solid pop craftsmanship with a comfortable rock formula and throws in some new recording tricks for good measure on "Leave". This song is so listenable it's bound to show up on your home-cooked CD compilation of favorite local tracks. But "caveat surfor", dear web animal - this sample ends abruptly at three minutes and ten seconds, leaving you begging for some closure. Judging from the quality of this extra-long sample, I think I can say Sugartalk's latest CD "Go With It" is a safe buy. - Mitch
Posted by Chief Editor on Wednesday, January 16, 2002 @ 18:38:23 EST (2325 reads)
(Score: 0)
Topic: Music Reviews


 Interview With Lucy Webster

Lucy Webster @ The Listening RoomLucy Webster Interview

by Mitch Phillips

Ancient History

Lucy Deloach was born in Tenessee and raised in Pennsylvania by strict Southern Baptist parents. She showed an aptitude for music at an early age, banging out church songs on piano by ear for fellow bible students. She picked up the guitar at age 13, drawn to the instrument after a musical awakening at bible camp. When her father was convinced the guitar was more than just a flirtation, he bought her a “real” guitar at age 17 which she still owns and plays to this day. An homage to that guitar can be found as a hidden bonus track on “Keeping My Fingers Crossed.”
Posted by Chief Editor on Sunday, January 13, 2002 @ 15:44:29 EST (4274 reads)
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Topic: Interviews


 Lucy Webster hits Sophomore Stride
Grand Rapids singer/songwriter Lucy Webster proves to reviewer Mitch Phillips that 'a craftsman’s best work is done not in the whimsical exploits of youth, but in the contemplative and settled wisdom that comes with weathered patience and hard-won middle-age.'
Click "Read More" below for a review of her sophomore release, Keeping My Fingers Crossed. Includes Link to a full-length feature interview with Lucy Webster.

Posted by Chief Editor on Sunday, January 13, 2002 @ 15:10:31 EST (3109 reads)
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Topic: Music Reviews


 Bulk-Mail Inspiration
Occasionally a bulk-mail item gets read before being deleted and still more rarely, it's meaningful to your life. This unsolicited e-mail was forwarded to me by a dear friend who's had her share of major life challenges and has managed not only to move on, but succeed despite them. I don't know if this little story about Itzhak Perlman is true, but that really misses the whole point. I hope you find it inspirational or at least causes you to second-guess your self-pity.

- Mitch
Posted by Chief Editor on Thursday, January 03, 2002 @ 04:39:35 EST (2909 reads)
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Topic: Other News


 Neurotic Marketing
One reason why so few ever make it in the music business is that the supply of good quality independent music so out-runs demand that, despite it being good, nobody needs more music in their lives.
There's only so many hours in the day and people generally get their casual musical needs met via radio; when you deduct hours asleep, hours at work, hours making dinner, going to school, using the bathroom, watering the dog, etc...you'll be lucky to steal fifteen minutes out of their busy lives to give your music any consideration. Unless, that is, there is a compelling reason for them to listen. . .
Posted by Chief Editor on Tuesday, January 01, 2002 @ 13:16:20 EST (4428 reads)
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Topic: Education


 Smart Ass Polling
Here's a useless addtion to our humble website. Look on the Main Menu top left and cllick "Take a Survey." Please, whatever you do DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS POLL. I mean it now. DON'T respond. We don't want to be responsible for your opinions, O.K? That'd mean we'd have to do something you want us to do - and probably for free - so don't be expecting much. (What good is a website if you can't mess with your readers?)
Enjoy.
- Mitch
Posted by Chief Editor on Saturday, December 29, 2001 @ 10:22:51 EST (2679 reads)
(Score: 0)
Topic: Opinion


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